Now that I have your attention...
Just received this 10.5" VGA LCD monitor:
It's got a standard VGA (i.e. PC-style HD15) port on the back, and it came with a power adapter and VGA cable.
I've plugged it into two Macs -- a NuBus Power mac with MacPicasso video card (which has a VGA port), and my Powerbook 2400c (which also has a VGA port, for mirroring).
The monitor powers up to a blank grey screen, and I can see some flickering when I change resolutions on the 2400, but I can't get it to display the Mac Desktop.
As you can see from the pic in the auction, the seller got it to display just fine using Win2000, at what looks to be 800x600.
But I can't get it to work. Using the display mirroring control strip module on the 2400, I've tried everything -- 640x480 at 60 and 67Hz; 800x600 at 60 and 72, 1024x768, etc. Nothing works.
Any ideas? I will email the seller, but I'm 99.9% sure he just hooked it up to a regular PC -- all this monitor supposedly needs is a VGA-capable video output.
Thanks for any help -- or educated guesses -- folks can provide.